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The County has a proposed ordinance for water conservation that could add undefined costs and requirements to every home at the point of sale, every newly constructed home, and every commercial bldg which is located in Los Osos, Nipomo and the Mesa within certain specified boundaries. The county supervisors are proposing this to go into effect in the middle of January.

It will mandate installation of recirculating hot water piping throughout the house for every water fixture more than 20′ from the hot water heater, will mandate toilets that only flush 1 gallon per flush, requires an application and certification process, requires the hiring of a licensed plumber/contractor, etc.

You can read the ordinance here

Written by Keith Byrd - Go to Keith's Website/Profile